Re: DNS Problem
Hey! Hey you guys!!!
I personally agree with both of you and try to keep my mail formatted
according to the "accepted" standard on each list I'm a member of.... But
I made a mistake all right?
It's fine with me if you carry on with the "war", but I'd appreciate being
left out of it.... even though I started it...... <grin>
From: Scott Ellis <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: Tommy Lakofski <email@example.com>
Cc: Kevin Traas <firstname.lastname@example.org>; Debian
Date: Tuesday, December 02, 1997 10:04 PM
Subject: Re: DNS Problem
>On Tue, 2 Dec 1997, Tommy Lakofski wrote:
>> On Tue, 2 Dec 1997, Scott Ellis wrote:
>> > Okay, first suggestion is to turn off rich text or HTML email in your
>> > client. Email does NOT have pretty colors or centering and I usually
>> > delete any message I see which looks like a webpage.
>> That's a bit of a broad sweeping statement. I guess you'll be using
>> ASCII in the year 2050 then.
>> I would think HTML would be more acceptable than something like RTF.
>HTML is not e-mail, it's HTML. When I get a mail which looks like a web
>page, I usually just hit 'D', I don't have time to try to parse out all
>the formatting codes to read it. And yes, I'll happily be using 7bit or
>8bit text in 2050 for email. Binary attachments are fine when necessary,
>making the core of a text message unreadable isn't.
>Scott K. Ellis <email@example.com>
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